FCC Outs Mystery Motorola Handset for AT&T
Documents on the Federal Communications Commission web site provide a peek at an unannounced handset from Motorola. The XT 1058 was certified with AT&T's unique LTE bands, in addition to 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC — all hallmarks of a high-end smartphone. Motorola has not released a handset for AT&T since last year's Atrix HD. The most recent batch of high-end smartphones made by Motorola were all sold by Verizon Wireless under the Droid brand. The FCC documents provide a rough sketch of the XT 1058, but no other specific details beyond the wireless certifications.
Review: Motorola Atrix HD for AT&T
Motorola's third attempt at the Atrix brings the charms of a ColorBurst high-def display, LTE 4G, and a powerful 8-megapixel camera to the table. Is the Atrix HD lacking anything, or does it have it all?
Motorola Outs the Kevlar-Lined Atrix HD with 4.5-Inch Display
Motorola revealed the Atrix HD on its web site, a follow-up to its Atrix line of devices that joins the RAZR family in overall design and appearance. The Atrix HD runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and features a Kevlar back cover for added strength and a water resistant interior.
Review: Motorola Moto E4 for Verizon Wireless
Motorola's entry-level Android handset, the Moto E4, may be small in stature, but it's big on performance. The E4 is an affordable phone that includes a fingerprint reader, a 5-inch screen, and a capable camera.
Motorola Officially Introduces the Atrix HD for AT&T
Motorola and AT&T today formally unveiled the Atrix HD after accidentally outing it on Motorola's web site last week. The Atrix HD will be exclusive to AT&T and joins the RAZR family in overall design and appearance.
Motorola Atrix HD Doesn't Support WebTop or Lapdock
The Motorola Atrix HD does not ship with Motorola's WebTop software and will not support Motorola's lapdock accessory. Motorola explained to Phone Scoop in an email that WebTop was excluded in order to help meet the retail price of $99 being charged by AT&T.
If this is the rumor Motorola/Google X Phone.
1) It had a removable battery
2) It kept the Kevlar backing (more for personal reason)
3) Especially if it got regular updates, especially since its rumored to be stock updates (Nexus-like), I'd take a month delay simply because that would be better than what is happening now